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I was introduced to washlets which sit on about every toilet in Tokyo. Several years ago, I bought a Brondell washlet unit that fits over my toilet and am so use to being completely clean after a bowel movement. When away from my home washlet, I used wet cloths which have plugged up cruise ships and hotel plumbing (which can get embarrassing.)
I just bought the Brondell travel bidet and couldn't be happier. I found that holding the bottle behind you is the best position to completely clean the poop chute. Wonderful little gadget. Wish I found it sooner - all those plugged pipes. . .
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Initial post: Aug 30, 2014 3:31:45 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on Aug 30, 2014 3:32:26 PM PDT
T. M. Forsman says:
I'm guessing you're a "Sonny" and not a "Sunny" as in female? Otherwise, how could you miss all those signs saying flush TP only? And all women's bathroom cubicles have little trash cans for disposing personal items. I'm only irritated because this is why hotels and cruise ships etc. use the thinnest crappiest TP possible, because they can't figure out what clogs their toilets! Please excuse the pun.
Posted on Jul 16, 2015 10:24:59 PM PDT
It's not just cruise ships and hotel plumbing that's getting clogged up by supposedly "flushable" wipes. They're causing major problems for sewage treatment plants. I'm so glad you've found this product and can't wait to get one myself! http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2
In reply to an earlier post on Oct 3, 2015 7:30:32 AM PDT
Rahry McYellerson says:
Actually, you're wrong. The extra-absorbent TP, while soft on your bum, is terrible for septic systems. Businesses use the 1-ply TP because it's cheaper and breaks down easier.
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